Under-pressure, Jose Mourinho has said that he will not walk away from the club, insisting that if the club sack him, they would have sacked the best manager in the club history. “I want to make it clear, I won’t run away and if the club want to sack, they have to. I won’t run away from my responsibilities” “If the club sack me, they sack the best manager the club has ever had.” “I want to work. I have a big self esteem and big ego. I am the best. These bad results hurt me a lot” He made the remark in his post-match conference after his team suffered another defeat. Manager Jose Mourinho tasted Premier League defeat for the third time in just seven games, the same amount of reverses the Blues suffered in the entire campaign last season. It appeared that Chelsea were set to bounce back from Champions League disappointment against Porto when Willian fired home a sumptuous free-kick to open the scoring. But Southampton were determined to take three points from London, and after Steven Davis equalised shortly before the break further goals from Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle sealed Chelsea’s fate.